Student Support

There are several resources designed for students to voice their feelings and create a sense of community during their time at UMB.

Academic Coaching

Academic coaching is designed to provide individual and personalized support during your time at UMB.


Learn More About Coaching

DACA Resources

Our students, faculty, and staff are essential to the strength of UMB, which is committed to creating a University community where all feel welcome and safe.


Learn More About DACA Resources


Educational Support and Disability Services

Reach out if you are a student with a disability for help in obtaining reasonable accommodations.


Learn More About Our Services

UMB Guidance Resources

The UMB Guidance Resources program is available to all UMB students, faculty, and staff and offers someone to talk to and resources to consult whenever and wherever you need them.

  • Specialists can provide qualified referrals and resources for childcare and elder care, as well as pet-sitting services.
  • Speak to a lawyer for practical assistance with legal issues such as divorce, adoption, and family law.
  • Financial experts can assist with a wide range of issues such as budgeting, debt, and mortgages.

Learn More About UMB Guidance Resources



Off-Campus Housing: COVID-19

Row homes in Federal HillAs the University of Maryland, Baltimore prepares for the fall 2020 semester, UMB’s Division of Student Affairs provides this guidance to students regarding off-campus housing during COVID-19.

Visit the Off-Campus Housing: COVID-19 Webpage

Online, Shady Grove, and Off Campus Students

At the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) the Division of Student Affairs is committed to providing engagement opportunities that students can easily access online or virtually. The following is a summary of resources offered to students, including online learners, students enrolled in evening courses, and students studying at off campus locations. 

Student Counseling Center

If you need someone to talk to, reach out and let UMB Student Counseling Center staff assist.


Learn More about the Center

Student Parents and Caregivers

The University of Maryland Baltimore offers many resources for students with children and caregivers, including resources during COVID-19. 

Visit the resources for Student Parents and Caregivers


Student Veterans

The University of Maryland Baltimore offers many resources for students who are veterans. 

Visit the Resources for Student Veterans webpage

Transgender and Non-Binary Resources

This webpage provides information on resources that may be of interest to transgender and non-binary students, faculty, and staff at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Visit the Transgender and Non-Binary Resources webpage